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The last 12 months has seen a rapid acceptance of technology as a key enabler for businesses to survive and scale. The challenge faced by the majority of decision makers is attempting to understand which of the technologies will beneficially impact their business and deliver value to their bottom line.
The Certificate in Digital Emerging Technologies gives students a better understanding of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and cyber security, amongst others, to empower you to make better business decisions while adding new knowledge to your individual learning portfolio.
The course is taught over one semester and is delivered completely online through both synchronous and asynchronous directed activities using state-of-the-art technologies and teaching techniques to support the virtual classroom. Asynchronous directed activities consist of short videos, recommended reading and tutorial exercises. Students are expected to engage with this content each week before their live class to build an understanding and to prompt questions.
For more information visit https://www.ictskillnet.ie/
training/foundations- certificate-in-artificial- intelligence/
Clayton Hotel, Cork
Techfest’s return as an in-person event for the first time since 2019 and will feature expert speakers from across the world, including global tech for good practitioner and director at GitHub Mala Kumar and environmental scientist Dr Tara Shine. The event will also feature workshops, networking opportunities and an industry expo.
Other speakers include Dr Marguerite Nyhan, associate professor in environmental engineering & future sustainability at UCC; Rois Ni Thuma, head of cyber governance from Redsift; Niamh Parker, co-founder of Altada; Greg Tarr, CEO of Inferex; Conor O’Loughlin, co-founder of Glofox; and Ross Frenett, founder and CEO of from Moonshot.
For more information visit https://bit.ly/itcorktechfest22
Citywest Hotel, Dublin
Celebrating its 20th year, the Awards recognises the companies, individuals and teams who deliver innovative solutions, foster talent and forge new partnerships. The black tie gala event takes place 26 May 2022 at the Citywest Hotel, Dublin.
If you haven’t entered yet, take a look at the categories and enter the awards event that recognises and celebrates the stars of the tech sector.
Trinity College Dublin
The first Code for Ethics conference in Ireland will be a one-day event featuring a series of keynote speakers with experience across all aspects of open source and open data projects.
To attend please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
UXDX EMEA helps companies shift from projects to product teams. We bring together Product, UX, Design and Dev to learn the latest practices, methods and tools for high-performing cross-functional product teams. We focus on t-shaped skills, actionable case studies and support using the UXDX Model because it takes a full team to build amazing products.
For more information visit https://uxdx.com/emea/2022
The first edition of the international conference on Envision will work towards studying several aspect that influence the sustainable growth in creative industry by using sustainable development goals (SDG).
This multi-disciplinary conference aims to encourage ideas for sustainable development in the creative industry by emphasising the SDG, such as the SDG application in creative industries, the contributions of creative industry to achieve SDG, and the post-pandemic recovery strategies in this uncertain condition. It is expected that this conference will generate state-of-the-art insights to the creative industry players through exchange of knowledge with the experts in facing this uncertain condition.
For more information visit https://bit.ly/3n8DeYg